The Europeana Foundation’s Business Plan 2021, ‘Towards a digital public space for cultural heritage’, highlights five themes that run through all aspects of our work. We explore these themes with a series of interviews with Europeana Foundation staff. First, Eleanor Kenny, Head of Communications and External Relations, talks about Europeana and the digital public space.
This position paper from the Europeana Initiative supports the consultation of the European Commission on the principles that should underpin Europe’s digital landscape and underlines elements we believe are critical to realising the potential of digital cultural heritage for Europe’s future.
The European Commission is now consulting on the digital principles that will serve as the foundation of Europe’s digital environment - it believes that the rights and values it promotes offline should also be reflected online. What considerations should be taken into account? Read Europeana’s response and submit your own before 2 September 2021.
New European Bauhaus wants to put sustainability, inclusivity and beauty at the heart of Europe’s future. It calls for diverse perspectives, citizens and sectors to come together - design, art and culture with modern science and technology to make that happen. Digital cultural heritage already makes that connection - our sector can play a key role in shaping this initiative. Explore more and get involved.
This joint position paper from Europeana Foundation, Europeana Network Association and Europeana Aggregator Forum supports the consultation of the European Commission and underlines elements critical to executing the Europeana Strategy 2020-2025 and to realising the potential of digital cultural heritage for the recovery of Europe.